Call JaVale McGee and tell him you no longer need his services for shoulder rides, because you can now get your unobstructed, 360-degree views of Denver at ViewHouse, whose roof deck overlooking Coors Field is paired with elevated pub food. (Just kidding, don't call JaVale McGee -- it's impossible to get him off the phone.)
You can basically reach out and touch Coors. Especially if you're JaVale McGee.
Inside, the industrial vibe befits a space that formerly operated as a warehouse, with the original rafters now lowered and suspended by ropes.
Half of their 16 taps are local crafts, and then there's 20+ more CO brews (like Sandlot Brewery and Ska) in bottles & cans. And their special Bloody Mary is based around vodka house-infused with cucumber & ghost pepper. Boo! ...Yah! Boo-yah!!
This Aspen Ridge beef burger is topped with avocado, pepper jack, and harissa aioli. Umm... boo-yah?
Continental Sausage provides the dogs, like this beef frank topped with housemade chili/ cheddar/ sour cream/ pickled red onions.
For entrees, it's tough to go wrong with deep-fried Red Bird chicken & buttered waffles drizzled with Stranahan's syrup -- drink enough of that company's whiskey, however, and the entire world will be spinning enough to provide you with 360-degree views.